Newsletter 24th September 2019

Hi members,

September 24th Meeting

Well the first monthly competition of the season has happened and what a great evening it was, plenty of top level work was presented giving a great challenge to our judge John Scaife. John explained with detail his likes, and his thoughts on improvement of our images, I find these evenings have been the most valuable to improve my photography as I can learn from not only mine but from everyone’s images and of course love to see what everyone has been working on. I think everyone appreciated Johns constructive comments and it seemed to please many that the newer members are “nipping at the heels” of the more experienced members. I think it will be exciting to see how this season plays out.

Top work to all entrants particularly those who almost made the top rankings, keep at it, it can be done.

Results Print Predominant Colour

  • 1st Three Vases by Leigh Ann Van Aswegen
  • 2nd Grove Trail by Tom Meacham
  • 3rd Into the Blue by Martin Barber
  • 4th Obviously Orange by Tom Meacham
  • 5th Day Dreamer by Andy White
  • Highly commended
    • Hunting by Moonlight by Andy White
    • Shades of Purple by Andy White
    • Any excuse for a new hat by Peter Owen

Results Digital Open

  • 1st Sedge Warbler in Springtime by Brian Sweeting
  • 2nd Bridge of Lights by Tom Meacham
  • 3rd Old Barn by Jim Goddard
  • 4th Cole by Peter Owen
  • 5th Sam by Andy White
  • Highly commended
    • Anchor a way away by Dudley Palmer
    • Just a Cuppa by Ken Hocking
    • Communion Prayer by Jane Billing
    • Through the Haze by Ken Hocking

Note: Even if you haven’t entered yet this season, the photographer of the year is still within everyone’s grasp as in the final analysis we exclude a lowest competition score from each member to counteract a single missed competition or errant scoring.

October 1st Meeting info

Next week we have a Lecture and practical evening let’s discuss and look at lenses their differing qualities and perspectives.

We will then take a look at “workflow”, what to do with every image post pressing the shutter, including storage, backup and the first steps of manipulation that benefit every image.

All future club meeting information will be added to our closed Facebook Group with personal invites to events being sent to you. Please check regularly on this Facebook Page for event activity. Happy snapping